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02-06-2014, 05:05 PM
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Canucks Retire Dale Weise's Number/Dale Weise appreciation thread



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Even AV went back to Vancouver for the ceremony.

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Nice job haha !

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What a coincidence.

Dale Weise's number retired on the same week that Jay Leno's chin is departing:





Is Dale Weise more than just a hockey player ...


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Even AV went back to Vancouver for the ceremony.
Yeah..and Torts, his arch enemy, was smart enough to skip it. Loved the accompanying soundtrack..was that Tiny Tim?

Gillis' speech was moving. "I suggested I would watch his remaining games, and decide for myself if I was wasting my time or not. Over those couple of games i saw some things that were obvious. He was a healthy scratch early...wasn't playing a whole lot and then some injuries occurred. And finally, I'm going to return to Sweden at the end of the season and not come back." Touching stuff.

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I just saw where the clip came from, with Cannot fans adding even more doozies here: http://forum.canucks.com/topic/35675...ment-ceremony/

Shafters.

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Dale Weise

His facial expression after every song! haha

http://video.canadiens.nhl.com/video...60415&catid=66

Liking what he has brought so far, biggest knack against him seemed to be consistancy, so he isn't proven just yet.

2008 draft may have sucked, but at least we bargained for others. Nope, don't say Kristo, he hasn't made it yet, nu uh, can't hear you lalalalalalala

edit: don't know how to embed NHL vids, my bad

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Much more skilled then Travis Moen, who is useful on pk but other then that, meh.

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Good 4th line guy. Skates hard, crashes the net, and can land a couple hits per game.

Not much to talk about in the skill department, but if he keeps going to the net eventually he'll get some goals.

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Good fourth line guy. Gives us a strong fourth line that I can actually trust.

Good trade.

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Good fourth line guy. Gives us a strong fourth line that I can actually trust.

Good trade.
Totally agree. He brings the Western Conference work ethic that we've sorely missed.

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His speed coupled with Bournival's has been huge for that 4th line to be effective. Normally, it was just Bournival getting in, losing the battle and the puck was out trapping him down low, White/Parros/ whomever in the middle and allowing an odd man attack.

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he has been a very pleasant surprise so far. I love the chemistry he has with White. He could end up being a steal, but we have had other fast starters tail off before.

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He likes Rick Astley XD

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His facial expression after every song! haha

http://video.canadiens.nhl.com/video...60415&catid=66

Liking what he has brought so far, biggest knack against him seemed to be consistancy, so he isn't proven just yet.

2008 draft may have sucked, but at least we bargained for others. Nope, don't say Kristo, he hasn't made it yet, nu uh, can't hear you lalalalalalala

edit: don't know how to embed NHL vids, my bad
Ryan White and Dale Weise looked like they've never been rickrolled before

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Ryan White and Dale Weise looked like they've never been rickrolled before
Or they were Rick Rolling everyone watching :O

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Too early for me to judge. So far he looks about like I expected/hoped, an adequate filler player who seems to have a good attitude. I don't think he'll ever be as good a player as Diaz, but that ship had apparently sailed, so we weren't ever going to get as good a player back, alas.

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I think Moen is definitely a better player at the moment. Weise has better speed and hands but Moen on his game can play against opposition top 6 in shutdown role.

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There's no doubt that the 4th line looks alot better since he joined it. Still, I think we should have received more in exchange for Diaz.

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Is he better than Nokelainen ? Better than Halpern ?

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Is he better than Nokelainen ? Better than Halpern ?
Better than Nokelainen. Halpern brings solid D play and wins faceoffs though so different players.

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I think Moen is definitely a better player at the moment. Weise has better speed and hands but Moen on his game can play against opposition top 6 in shutdown role.
I think Moen--White--Weise could be a very useful checking line going forward. Good speed, good checking and great effort.

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